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Nov 4, 2012 8:00am PST
that is syria. again, we posed a number of options for dealing with the syrian civil war and same focus on diplomatic efforts and sanctions. [music] a willingness to see a no-fly zone i think they probably are not aware that the use of the need to attack air defenses in order to impose a no-fly zone. but what this again illustrates is that same "let's try all of the diplomatic measures first." and we turn now to the middle east. we've already touched on it a number of ways. we asked the question where do you think most of the future threats to the united states will come in the years ahead, and by far they see the middle east as the source of threats. and in particular, yes, they see the iranian nuclear program as a very -- as the leading threat to the united states in the region. but in line with this same preference for avoiding military involvement, americans are very wary of military action in dealing with iran. and finally, i'll turn a little bit to the arab spring. we asked -- trying to pose the question with some realism -- suppose israel were to attack iranian nuclear faci
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